Novak, Michael

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NOVAK, Michael

NOVAK, Michael. American, b. 1933. Genres: Novels, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Ethics, Philosophy, Social commentary, Theology/Religion. Career: George Frederick Jewett Chair in Religion and Public Policy, and Resident Scholar, Director of Social and Political Studies, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC, 1977-. Assistant Professor, Stanford University, CA, 1965-68; Associate Professor, State University of New York at Old Westbury, 1968-73; Associate Director, Humanities Program, Rockefeller Foundation, 1973-74; Ledden-Watson Distinguished Professor of Religion, Syracuse University, NY, 1977-79; US Representative and Chief of US Delegation, UN Human Rights Commission, 1981-82; Member, Board for International Broadcasting (governing Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty), 1984-94. Publications: The Tiber Was Silver (novel), 1961; A New Generation: American and Catholic, 1964; The Open Church: Vatican I: Act II, 1964; The Experience of Marriage, 1964; Belief and Unbelief, 1965, 1986; A Time to Build, 1967; American Philosophy and the Fugure (essays), 1968; A Theology for Radical Politics, 1969; Naked I Leave (novel), 1970; The Experience of Nothingness, 1970; All the Catholic People, 1971; Ascent of the Mountain, Flight of the Dove, 1971; Politics: Realism and Imagination, 1971; (with K.L. Novak) A Book of Elements, 1972; The Rise of the Unmeltable Ethnics, 1972; Choosing Our King, 1974; The Joy of Sports, 1976, rev. ed., 1993; The Guns of Lattimer, 1978, rev. ed., 1996; The American Vision, 1979; The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism, 1982, rev. ed., 1991; Confession of a Catholic, 1983; Freedom with Justice, 1984; Human Rights and the New Realism, 1986; Character and Crime, 1986; Will It Liberate?, 1986; Taking Glasnost Seriously, 1988; Free Persons and the Common Good, 1989; This Hemisphere of Liberty, 1990; Choosing Presidents, 1992; The Catholic Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, 1993; Awakening from Nihilism, 1995; Business as a Calling, 1996; (ed.) To Empower People, 1996; The Future of the Corporation, 1996; On Corporate Governance, 1997; Fire of Invention, 1997; Tell Me Why, 1998; Is There a Third Way?, 1998; On Cultivating Liberty, 1999; In Praise of the Free Economy, 1999; God's Country, 2000; Three in One, 2001; On Two Wings, 2001. Address: American Enterprise Institute, 1150 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036- 4603, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]